by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/qFoNG80ixaQ/so-who-is-actually-in-charge-then.html So Who Is Actually In Charge Then? The Conservative Party website seems to have been hacked. David Cameron’s philosophy has always been making sure people are in control and that politicians are their servants, not their … Continue reading ?
While Alibaba plans a possible IPO on NASDAQ or the NYSE, founder Jack Ma is taking selfies with prime minister David Cameron. Hearts and minds, people. Read more...
‘This week I make a visit to China. I come with a clear ambition: to build a lasting friendship that can become a blueprint for future cooperation between our countries.… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s craven surrender to China’s leaders follows a pattern appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Another day, another selfie crime. This time, it’s our Prime Minister, who is currently in China, where he is leading the British trade delegation. He tweeted this picture of himself… Continue reading The post Coffee Shot: David Cameron’s selfie shame appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Chinese paper questions PM's sincerity, while UK critics accuse him of 'muddled' political strategy First Reaction LAST UPDATED AT 13:00 ON Tue 3 Dec 2013 See related: David Cameron in China: what is PM hoping to achieve? DAVID CAMERON'S...Show More Summary
David Cameron’s visit to China is rather different to some of his recent trips. Firstly, as Douglas Murray outlined yesterday, he’s not making as big a noise about human rights… Continue reading The post PM dodges ‘small island’ moment in China appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron is planning a huge web offensive against internet 'extremists', Downing Street has told The Kernel. But how wide will the net be cast, and who gets to decide what's extremist, asks Lewis Parker.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron met Tuesday to discuss ways to raise the profile of British brands on Alibaba’s popular e-commerce sites—and to take selfies of the two together.
Is the Conservative Party "in danger of dying on its knees"? Benedict Brogan, the Daily Telegraph's deputy editor, said so in his column this morning: David Cameron's party lacks a clear direction, lacks conservative values, and worst of all lacks the willingness to fight to stay in government. Despite promising signs from the economy and [...]
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is in China, where took this picture along with Jack Ma, the founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba. Join the conversation about this story »
Occasionally we should give thanks for the European Union. One of these occasions concerns David Cameron’s increasingly sordid and humiliating journey around China, which mercifully ends tomorrow. Yesterday the Prime Minister announced that Britain would be China’s greatest advocate as he called for a free-trade pact between the European Union and Europe. Mr Cameron failed [...]
So, it turns out that David Cameron is a tax-cutter after all. Figures revealed today show that the "low-tax" PM has made good: believe it or not, in 2011/12 the taxman took £590 less in income tax from each of us than the previous year (the Government also took £221 less in National Insurance). No wonder [...]
David Cameron arrived in China last night for his first visit in three years. It was put off following the Dalai Lama controversy, but the governments have reached an accommodation (they've agreed not to talk about it).
David Cameron has taken a trade delegation to see the People’s Republic of China. The hope is obviously to stir up trade for Britain. Nothing wrong with that. Except that when… Continue reading The post David Cameron has his price: the Dalai Lama or ‘the global race’? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
An indispensible partnership. That is how David Cameron and his Chinese hosts have agreed to dub their new relationship - forged at what the prime minister today called "warm and successful" meetings in the Great Hall of the People. Speaking...Show More Summary
Cameron argues GSK case in China ©Getty Chinese premier Li Keqiang and UK prime minister David Cameron at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing David Cameron has complained to his Chinese counterparts about their treatment of GlaxoSmithKline,...Show More Summary
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As David Cameron embarks on a fence-mending trade mission in China, the two sides are trying a bit of soccer diplomacy to ease into what could be a potentially thorny trip for the British prime minister.
The son of jailed British investigator, Peter Humprey, has appealed to UK prime minister David Cameron for help during his 3-day China visit this week. Humprey is currently being held in Shanghai for his involvement in pharmaceutical giant GSK, which was charged with bribery. Show More Summary
The Prime Minister has arrived in Beijing in a bid to boost trade and make amends for previous spats Summary LAST UPDATED AT 13:02 ON Mon 2 Dec 2013 See related: Cameron's cronies: PM pays price for press regulation THE Prime Minister...Show More Summary